ARTifact gallery


Opening reception:
Thursday, February 2, 4-7pm

Free and open to the public
February 2-March 31, 2012
Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm
ARTifact gallery, housed in the public spaces in and around the offices of Academic Programs at UCSD’s Sixth College, showcases artwork conceptually related to the courses in the Culture, Art & Technology program.

This winter, ARTifact presents Mapping Occupations, an exhibit that explores our preoccupations with space through the practices of mapping, diagramming, modelling and speculating. Curated by Eliza Slavet, the exhibit features the work of cog•nate collective, Teddy Cruz, David Kim, Matt Hebert, Stephanie Lie, Charles Miller, The Periscope Project, Hermione Spriggs, and Patricia Stone.

All are invited to the opening reception on February 2, 2012, 4-7pm, featuring the work of students from High Tech High Media Arts: “Complexcity” will be projected onto the walls inside and outside the exhibit on the 2nd floor of Pepper Canyon Hall on the campus of University of California, San Diego.

**Make it a double feature!: Tactical Bio-artist, Gail Wright, speaks at CalIT2 Auditorium, 7-9pm, as part of the Visual Arts Lecture Series and gallery@calit2 series.**